Happenings

These NWRC part time courses are almost full: Photography, Barbering, Body Massage, Phlebotomy, Fitness Instruction and Personal Training
NWRC Limavady student Aaron Simpson won a bronze medal in Joinery at the National SkillBuild NI Competition at Southern Regional College
NW Angling Fair at Melvin Sports Complex this Sat/Sun 8-9 April: angling demonstrations, youth coaching, and top tackle brands on sale
Kids can make an Easter bonnet, Easter card, painted clay rabbit or Easter egg at Tower Museum this Friday, April 7, 10am-12 noon
Swedish vocalist and jazz supervoice Emilia Martenssen to host 2-hour jazz singing workshop in Nerve Centre on Saturday 29 April, book now!
London's National Theatre will present “My Country; a work in progress” inspired by the recent EU Referendum at The Playhouse on April 4-8
Council's Kickstart Maritime Ambassador Programme: unemployed qualify as Assistant Coaches in canoeing, powerboating & angling 028 71308466
Veteran campaigner Albert Smallwoods given special award from the Mayor to recognise over 50 years campaigning for road safety in the NW
Bready Jubilee Primary School’s hockey team have qualified for the Ulster Championship Finals after winning the qualifiers
Templemore Sports Complex to close for three weeks in August for refurbishment programme
Derry Jazz Fest 27 Apr - 1 May: Imelda May, Hot Chocolate, The Dream Band, Hugh Buckley, Liane Carroll, John Leighton and Linley Hamilton

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Mayor's Book of Condolences for Manchester victims opens in Guildhall at 6pm and is also online
People Before Profit join other parties in suspending its election campaign in solidarity with the people of Manchester, says Shaun Harkin
Oxford Bulls were hosted by the Mayor at the Guildhall on Monday to celebrate the team’s impressive launch into the local sporting arena
These NWRC part time courses are almost full: Photography, Barbering, Body Massage, Phlebotomy, Fitness Instruction and Personal Training
Derry Anti-War Coalition's vigil at the War Memorial was attended by Mark Durkan, Eamon McCann and Shaun Harkin